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Safety and efficacy of rapidly administered (one hour) one gram of low molecular weight iron dextran (INFeD) for the treatment of iron deficient anemia.
For the safety outcome, a retrospective chart review was done of all ND-CKD patients who received iron dextran (INFeD) between January 2001 and November 2005 in the outpatient CKD clinic at Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan.
The company's branded division includes the injectable iron product Ferrlecit that was introduced in June, and INFeD, one of the leading injectable iron products in the United States.
We used the form of iron gluconate currently used in Europe and approved for use in the US, sodium ferric gluconate complex in sucrose (Ferrlecit), from R & D Laboratories, and iron dextran (InFed) from Schein Pharmaceuticals.
kolb on experiential learning, infed. Encyclopedia archives search, http://www.infed.org/biblio/b-explrn.htm.
Schein's primary branded product is INFeD, which debuted in 1992.
In addition, the company produces InFed, an injectible iron preparation--the only one on the market for patients undergoing dialysis who suffer from iron deficiency anemia.
Since iron dextran is associated with a risk of anaphylaxis, it requires a test dose before administration of a dose (INFeD package insert, 2001).
Health care providers should be aware that the use of iron dextran is associated with a risk of anaphylaxis and requires a test dose before administration of the repletion dose (Fishbane et al., 1996; INFeD package insert, 2001).
Overall 27 of 573 patients (4.7%) experienced an adverse reaction to InFed (Fishbane et al., 1996).